Dr. Mustafa Disli | Hamad Bin Khalifa University
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Dr. Mustafa Disli

Dr. Mustafa Disli (PhD)


Assistant Professor of Economics and Finance
Islamic Finance
College of Islamic Studies
Master of Science in Islamic Finance

  • Office locationC.01.013

Biography

Dr. Mustafa Disli is an Assistant Professor of Economics and Finance at CIS. He received a BA degree in Economics, an MA in Economics, an MA in Banking and Finance, and a PhD from Ghent University, Belgium. His research interests are in the areas of (Islamic) banking and finance, energy and sustainable economics, and behavioral economics and finance. Dr. Disli has published articles in a number of peer-reviewed journals, including Economic Modelling, Energy Economics, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, the Journal of Comparative Economics, the Journal of Financial Services Research, the Journal of Financial Stability, and World Economy.

 


Research Interests

  • Islamic and Sustainable Finance
  • Empirical Banking
  • Empirical Finance
  • Behavioral Economics
  • Corporate Finance

Experience

Assistant Professor of Economics and Finance

CIS, HBKU

2019 – Present
  • Lecturer in Economics and Finance

    Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Ghent University

    2013 – 2019

Education

PhD in Economics

Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Ghent University

2013
  • MA in Banking and Finance

    Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Ghent University

    2004
  • MA in Economics

    Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Ghent University

    2003
  • BA in Economics

    Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Ghent University

    2002

Selected Publications

  • BOOK CHAPTERS

  • Disli, M., Aysan A.F., Ng, A., & Ozturk, H. (2017). Macroeconomic Shocks and Islamic Bank Behavior in Turkey.

    In Hassan, M.K., & Elgar, E. (Eds.), Handbook of Empirical Research on Islam and Economic Life. UK: Edward Elgar Publications.

    2017
  • JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Disli, M., & Aysan, A.F. (2019). Small Business Lending and Credit Risk: Granger-Causality Evidence.

    Economic Modelling, 83. 245-255.

    2019
  • Disli, M., Aysan, A.F., Duygun, M., & Ozturk, H. (2018). Religiosity versus Rationality: Depositor Behavior in Islamic and Conventional Banks.

    Journal of Comparative Economics, 46(1). 1-19.

    2018
  • Disli, M., Aysan, A.F., & Ozturk, H. (2018). Bank Lending Channel in a Dual Banking System: Why Are Islamic Banks So Responsive?

    The World Economy, 41(3). 674-698.

    2018
  • Disli, M., Aysan, A.F., Duygun, M., & Ozturk, H. (2017). Islamic Banks, Deposit Insurance Reform, and Market Discipline: Evidence from a Natural Framework.

    Journal of Financial Services Research, 51(2). 257-282.

    2017
  • Disli, M., Nagayev, R., Inghelbrecht, K., & Ng, A. (2016). On the Dynamic Links Between Commodities and Islamic Equity.

    Energy Economics, 58. 125-140.

    2016
  • Disli, M., Ng, A., & Askari, H. (2016). Culture, Income, and CO2 Emission.

    Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 62. 418-428.

    2016
  • Disli, M., Aysan, A. F., Ng, A., & Ozturk, H. (2016). Is Small the New Big? Islamic Banking for SMEs in Turkey.

    Economic Modelling, 54. 187-194.

    2016
  • Disli, M., Schoors, K., & Meir, J. (2013). Political Connections and Depositor Discipline.

    Journal of Financial Stability, 9(4). 804-819.

    2013
  • Disli, M., Aysan, A.F., & Schoors, K. (2013). Bank Competition and Outreach: Evidence from Turkey.

    Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 49. 7-30.

    2013
  • Disli, M., De Jonghe, O., & Schoors, K. (2012). Corporate Governance, Opaque Bank Activities, and Risk/Return Efficiency: Pre-and Post-Crisis Evidence from Turkey.

    Journal of Financial Services Research, 41(1-2). 51-80.

    2012